#4 SDSU vs. New Mexico: Game Preview, TV, Radio, Odds & More

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#4 SDSU vs. New Mexico: Game Preview, TV, Radio, Odds & More

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#4 SDSU vs. New Mexico: Game Preview, TV, Radio, Odds & More

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#4 San Diego State vs. New Mexico: Game Preview, TV, Radio, Odds & More


The 21-0 Aztecs visit New Mexico intent on staying perfect, while the Lobos seek to keep their 15-game home win streak alive.


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The red-hot Aztecs have a test ahead of them at The Pit.  Can the Lobos wage an upset?

The Aztecs are the only undefeated team left in division one basketball and is now ranked fourth in the AP Poll.

Leading the Aztecs offensively is Junior guard Malachi Flynn who has been stellar this season, averaging16.8 points per game along with a team-high 5 assists. He is shooting 39.7% from the three-point line, and has consistent range to 30 feet.

GAME DETAILS

WHO: #4 SDSU (21-0, 10-0 MWC) at New Mexico (16-6, 5-4 MWC)

WHEN: Wednesday January 29th, 2020 at 7 p.m. MST

WHERE:DreamStyle Arena (The Pit) in Albuquerque, NM

WATCH: CBS Sports Network

LISTEN: 1360-AM, 101.5-FM  | 770 AM/96.3 FM KKOB

ALL-TIME RECORD: This is the 89th all-time meeting between the two. The Lobos hold the edge with a 48-40 record. UNM is also 30-11 in The Pit against SDSU.

ODDS: San Diego State -11.5

The New Mexico Lobos will put their 15-game home winning streak on the line tonight at 7 p.m. MST.

JaQuan Lyle and Vance Jackson are listed as doubtful and not expected to play.  Lyle practiced this week but doesn’t appear to be cleared by the medical staff to play.

The Lobos are 1-1 in games that Lyle and Jackson miss.

The Lobos have to stay out of foul trouble. With Malachi Flynn’s driving ability, he will draw some fouls. The Lobos need to play smart defense and stay out of foul trouble .

GAME PREDICTION

Aztecs: 81  –  Lobos: 71

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